This past weekend, LSU head coach Trent Johnson and his staff hosted K.C. Ross-Miller, a 6-foot-, 170-pound point guard out of God’s Academy, with the hopes that the senior prospect would find a future home in Baton Rouge.
After a weekend spent touring the campus and taking in both the Tennessee and Kentucky games, Ross-Miller has informed TigerSportsDigest.com that he will announce his college choice this Thursday at his school’s basketball game.
Previously, Ross-Miller had a visit to Florida scheduled for the weekend.
“I just think it is time for me to shut it down,” said Ross-Miller on Wednesday afternoon. “I have seen everything that I need to see. I feel comfortable with the decision I have made.”
Choosing from the likes of LSU, Baylor, Nevada, Oklahoma State and South Florida, the weekend trip to the Tiger campus might have been just the visit Johnson and his staff were hoping for.
“It is going to be a really happy day for me,” said Ross-Miller, who was committed to Kentucky when Billy Gillespie was the head coach. “I am ready to move on to college and start playing some big-time basketball.”
TigerSportsDigest.com will have a full story on Ross-Miller’s decision after it is made on Thursday.